• WordNet 3.6
    • n pushpin a tack for attaching papers to a bulletin board or drawing board
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Pushpin A child's game played with pins.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n pushpin A children's play in which pins are pushed alternately. Also put-pin.
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John Caruso points to an orange pushpin on a poster-size map propped up against a wall inside Massapequa Water District's conference room.
World-renowned pushpin artist and Northern Michigan local Eric Daigh creates Pinterest founder's portrait for Fast Company magazine.
Pictures, With Map and Pushpin Included.
Tops SKI reader poll for Tops in Eastern U.S. View full size Google Maps Red pushpin marks the location of Whiteface Mountain.
Have your child pierce the paper with the pushpin, creating a pattern of straight lines or swirls.
Imagine having enough free time to assemble 15,000 pushpins into a near perfect portrait of a young lady.
He used Photoshop to break down a digital photo into five colors and assigned a shade of plastic pushpins to each color.
The data gets sent to the project server, and the roadkill appears as a red pushpin on a digital map.
After the tails are decorated, place a pushpin or double-sided tape on the top of the tail .